Christopher Mehne and Kathryn Szewczyk Write “Shedding Light On Blind Trusts” for Private Wealth Magazine

Private Wealth Magazine published the article “Shedding Light On Blind Trusts” by Christopher Mehne and Kathryn Szewczyk in the Summer 2017 issue of its publication. Here is an excerpt from the article:

Blind trusts are typically associated with politicians who seek to avoid conflicts of interest while occupying public office. However, Donald Trump, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are not the only ones who have had to consider this unique planning tool. Executives in the private sector can also benefit from blind trusts to remain in compliance with securities and insider trading laws while accomplishing their personal and financial objectives.

Continue reading “Shedding Light On Blind Trusts” on Private Wealth‘s website.

 

 

 

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Christopher G. Mehne

Chris Mehne is a respected trust and estate lawyer with many years of experience helping clients in central Massachusetts, Metro West and Cape Cod with business succession planning and other sophisticated estate and trust planning and administration needs. Chris’s clients often turn to him when they’re facing difficult, multi-generational family business issues or when they need tax-driven estate plans and updates that are more responsive to their high net worth.

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